Creativity knows no bounds and when its varied forms come together on a single platform, the effect is spellbinding. Such an amalgamation of fashion, cinema, music and art was witnessed at the Chivas Studio 2011 on November 26 and 27 at Hotel Vista in the Capital. Back with their third edition this year, Chivas Studio became a luxurious platform for artists from different genres to come together to create an exciting, lavish and mesmerising experience. Filmmaker Rohan Sippy, along with designer duo Abraham & Thakore and musician Ranjit Barot, presented a musical Broadway show, Love all that jazz. The show saw Shahana Goswami and Rahul Dev performing in the Sixties' style and music. "Directing a musical is new to me and something that hasn't been tried before, which made it even more challenging," Sippy said. The two-day celebration also saw painter Paresh Maity's collaboration with ace photographer Jatin Kampani to create installations, paintings and videos, reflecting their interpretation of art and lifestyle. Giving Day 1 its glamorous due was actress Nargis Fakhri who was painted live by Brian Olsen in a few minutes to the tunes of popular fusion band Mrigya. Nargis described Olsen's work as an emotional yet exciting experience. The artist, known for being an entertainer, has also crafted portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Martin Luther King. The extravaganza was attended by social circuit regulars as well as prominent faces from different fields such as Nida Mahmood, Aditi Gowitrikar, and Vijay Arora and Reynu Tandon among others.